PokerStars Game #52955036449: Tournament #340010485, $2.00+$0.20 USD Hold’em No

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    • #23893
      saby
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      PokerStars Game #52955036449: Tournament #340010485, $2.00+$0.20 USD Hold’em No Limit – Level XXVI (2500/5000) – 2010/11/20 2:44:38 IST [2010/11/19 16:14:38 ET]
      Table ‘340010485 291’ 9-max Seat #4 is the button
      Seat 1: PEDAPOKER (109145 in chips)
      Seat 2: sweet1407 (25671 in chips)
      Seat 3: kosheyev2008 (9253 in chips)
      Seat 4: djgrannydk (62701 in chips)
      Seat 5: bucho82 (30169 in chips)
      Seat 6: trisuca (83308 in chips)
      Seat 7: winbig0809 (31206 in chips)
      Seat 8: Acid212 (15736 in chips)
      Seat 9: Hero (63527 in chips)
      PEDAPOKER: posts the ante 625
      sweet1407: posts the ante 625
      kosheyev2008: posts the ante 625
      djgrannydk: posts the ante 625
      bucho82: posts the ante 625
      trisuca: posts the ante 625
      winbig0809: posts the ante 625
      Acid212: posts the ante 625
      infusion_leo: posts the ante 625
      bucho82: posts small blind 2500
      trisuca: posts big blind 5000
      *** HOLE CARDS ***
      Dealt to Hero [Jc Ac]
      winbig0809: calls 5000
      trisuca said, “noo”
      Acid212: folds
      infusion_leo: raises 10000 to 15000
      PEDAPOKER: raises 93520 to 108520 and is all-in
      sweet1407: calls 25046 and is all-in
      kosheyev2008: folds
      djgrannydk: folds
      bucho82: folds
      trisuca: folds
      winbig0809: folds
      infusion_leo: calls 47902 and is all-in
      Uncalled bet (45618) returned to PEDAPOKER
      *** FLOP *** [2d 4s 8s]
      *** TURN *** [2d 4s 8s] [2c]
      *** RIVER *** [2d 4s 8s 2c] [Qh]
      *** SHOW DOWN ***
      infusion_leo: shows [Jc Ac] (a pair of Deuces)
      PEDAPOKER: shows [Js Jh] (two pair, Jacks and Deuces)
      PEDAPOKER collected 75712 from side pot
      sweet1407: shows [Ah Jd] (a pair of Deuces)
      PEDAPOKER collected 93263 from main pot
      Hero finished the tournament in 281st place and received $7.52.
      sweet1407 finished the tournament in 282nd place and received $7.52.
      *** SUMMARY ***
      Total pot 168975 Main pot 93263. Side pot 75712. | Rake 0
      Board [2d 4s 8s 2c Qh]
      Seat 1: PEDAPOKER showed [Js Jh] and won (168975) with two pair, Jacks and Deuces
      Seat 2: sweet1407 showed [Ah Jd] and lost with a pair of Deuces
      Seat 3: kosheyev2008 folded before Flop (didn’t bet)
      Seat 4: djgrannydk (button) folded before Flop (didn’t bet)
      Seat 5: bucho82 (small blind) folded before Flop
      Seat 6: trisuca (big blind) folded before Flop
      Seat 7: winbig0809 folded before Flop
      Seat 8: Acid212 folded before Flop (didn’t bet)
      Seat 9: Hero showed [Jc Ac] and lost with a pair of Deuces

      Was this shove correct considering i was at the close to 60 on the cash list and this hand could have given me the final table.

      How to calculate Equity for a MMT when there is 200 people left in the tournament. Calculating on SST is easy but does shove/fold apply to MTT and if so at what time

    • #29345
      APB1989
      Member

      well u could hav folded that hand as u still had 60K left…thats my view

    • #23894
      Denny
      Member

      well u could hav folded that hand as u still had 60K left…thats my view

      Correct he could have FOLDED

      I would be happy with either the FOLD or an ALLIN SHOVE 1st.

      Shoving with AJ first is at best 50/50 but personally form early/mid position MUCK IT

      Flat calling or standard raising here is both horrible plays as you have too many players behind with big stacks and can certainly have raising hands .. which is what happened.

      You cannot seriously make that call once you are re-raised.

      UTG limped, you have re-raised and then been shoved on …. it’s a MUCK there are too many hands that have you dominated .. AA KK QQ JJ AK AQ and you are still racing 10-10 9-9 8-8 and having to hit while they miss.

      However he is most likely holding a top 10 hand .. and you are crushed.

      Having committed 25% of his chips I can see why he made the call. Trouble is when people raise with those type of hands from early positions and they are subsequently re-raised then they are loathe to lay them down.

      Unless you know or are reasonably confident that he is bluffing and plays “raggy aces” such as A6 suited then calling is suicidal.

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